Welsh Premier & non-League round-up


Dafabet Welsh Premier League

Friday, 6 November

Airbus UK Broughton 2-0 Bala Town: Bala Town's pursuit of leaders The New Saints suffered a blow at Airbus, losing their unbeaten record away from home this season due to second-half goals from Tony Gray and Matty McGinn.

Rhyl 2-2 Aberystwyth Town: John Owen's 80th-minute equaliser rescued a precious point for Rhyl to lift them off the bottom of the table on goal difference.

Rhyl had taken an early lead through Rob Hughes, but Aberystwyth hit back through Rhys Griffiths and then took the lead when Jamie Reed struck.

Saturday, 7 November

Gap Connah's Quay 4-0 Carmarthen Town: Nick Rushton scored a hat-trick with Ashley Ruane adding a late fourth goal, as Connah's Key gave Andy Morrison the perfect start following his appointment as director of football earlier in the week.

The result means Quay have closed the gap on seventh-placed Carmarthen to just a point and have a far superior goal difference.

Haverfordwest County 0-1 Newtown: Jason Oswell struck four minutes from time to hand third-placed Newtown victory against bottom club Haverfordwest, who wasted a golden opportunity to take the lead when Luke Borrelli missed a second-minute penalty.

MBi Llandudno 3-4 The New Saints: League leaders and reigning champions The New Saints edged a seven-goal thriller at fifth-placed Llandudno.

Marc Williams gave the home side the lead after just a minute, but Saints hit back to take a seemingly commanding 4-1 lead through Adrian Cieslewicz, Steve Evans, Mike Wilde and a Christian Seargeant penalty.

But Williams grabbed his second to narrow the gap and then Lewis Buckley struck in the final minute to set up a frantic finale.

Port Talbot Town 2-0 Bangor City: Port Talbot Town - bolstered by the debut of former Swansea City defender Alan Tate - ended a run of five defeats at the expense of Bangor.

Martin Rose opened the scoring after 18 minutes and Port Talbot saw their lead double within two minutes when Bangor's Sam Hart was unfortunate to put the ball into his own net.

Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 7 November

Colwyn Bay 1-1 Halesowen Town

Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Premier Division

Saturday, 7 November

Merthyr Town 1-3 Weymouth

Women's Welsh Premier League

Sunday, 8 November

Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies 12-0 Aberystwyth Town Ladies

Cwmbran Celtic Ladies 2-1 Port Talbot Town Ladies

MBi Llandudno Ladies P-P Wrexham Ladies

Newcastle Emlyn Ladies 3-3 Cyncoed Ladies

PILCS Ladies P-P Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies

Swansea City Ladies 2-1 Cardiff City FC Women

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